Sri Lanka, New Zealand tragedies: “Terrorism recognizes no border”

The enemies of humanity, once again created fear and dread in Sri Lanka, where, over 200 people have been reported dead and 450 others injured in eight consecutive blasts that targeted churches and hotels in the securest country.
The incidents happened all in the capital Colombo, where the victims have been identified teachers, engineers and people of different stratum.
Up to 35 people have been said to be foreign nationals.
The incident brought about global shocks and the world media made the terrorist incident as their hot topics, however no one has claimed responsibility, but this is evident that IS-sponsored groups have rebounded militancy everywhere in the world, by recruitment among ill-informed and misled citizens, under the name of Islam.
Likewise, in New Zealand, less than two months ago, a man carrying out gun took Muslim worshipers, under barrage inside a mosque, killing more than 50 people and wounding many others.
They were not from Christian communities, but Muslims reported mostly from hailed from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Indonesia and Egypt, and other countries who have been killed in the wicked mosque shooting. This shouldn’t be attributed to the holy Islam, as those carrying such attacks would neither be called Muslim nor the followers of other divine religions.
Both incidents were strongly condemned worldwide and the brutal attacks have been said to investigated to find the main heinous sources and bring them to justice.
The President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has denounced the attack in the strongest possible term and
“On behalf of the Afghan people, President Ashraf Ghani strongly condemns the Sri Lanka Blast, and sends his deepest condolences to the victims and their families who lost their dear ones on this sacred Easter Sunday,” Presidential Palace said in a tweet message.
“Attacking churches and hotels and targeting worshipers is appalling, and Afghanistan strongly condemns this heinous act of terror. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families, and we stand in solidarity with Sri Lanka on this dark day,” said the Palace.
“Attacking churches and hotels and targeting worshipers is appalling, and Afghanistan strongly condemns this heinous act of terror. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families, and we stand in solidarity with Sri Lanka on this dark day,” the statement quoted the country’s president as saying.
The country Ministry of Foreign Affrays also condemned the terrorist attacks as saying: “Expressing its sympathy with the people and government of Sri Lanka, the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan wishes patience for the families of the victims and quick recovery for the wounded. We stand firm by the side of Sri Lanka,” the ministry said in a statement.
Other Afghan politicians, with former National Security Advisor and presidential election runner said he was shocked by reporters of terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka, noting that the targets of the attacks were Catholic worshipers attending Easter Mass and guests at high-end hotels that are popular with foreign tourists.
Attack on public sites, historical areas and targeting innocent people; women and children in any name has no place neither in Islam nor in any other religion, but a heinous act being carried out by so-called humans.
Afghanistan is long suffering terrorist threats, and as is now at the threshold of peace, mourns for the incident happened in both countries and the people share the grieves and pains suffered by the two brother nations.

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